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TCNJ News Releases Archive 2014-2010

Intercultural Center opens doors to all

Students searching for a new place to gather should look no further than the newly unveiled Intercultural Center, located in the Division of Inclusive Excellence suite in Roscoe West Hall. The Intercultural Center was created as a dedicated space that provides support for underrepresented groups on campus and fosters intercultural dialogue, exchange, and understanding among…

Back with a ROAR — TCNJ Athletics look for big fall seasons

After a season lost to COVID-19, fall sports are back in full force, with some of TCNJ’s teams sitting at or near the top of the conference’s preseason polls. “After a difficult year for our student athletes, I’m so excited for them to retake the field to play the sports that they’re passionate about,” says…

Kiplinger’s ranks TCNJ among the 100 Best Values in Public Colleges for 2015

EWING, NJ … The College of New Jersey was ranked #23 in the top 100 colleges on Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s list of Best Values in Public Colleges for 2015. The ranking cites four-year schools that combine outstanding education with economic value. TCNJ ranks #23 for in-state tuition, and tops the list of New Jersey public…

Getting to know Good King Wenceslas, courtesy of Cynthia Paces

You may have sang about Good King Wenceslas when you were just a wee lad or lass, but have you ever wondered who he really was and if he was, in fact, good? Well, wonder no more. This week, Cynthia Paces—history professor and resident expert in the history of Czech nationalism—talked with Chris Walker, host…

Janet Morrison announced as TCNJ’s first-ever endowed chair

The College is pleased to announce that Dr. Janet Morrison, professor of biology, has been recommended as the inaugural recipient of the Barbara Meyers Pelson ’59 Chair in Faculty-Student Engagement. “I feel very honored to be named the first Barbara Meyers Pelson ’59 Chair in Faculty-Student Engagement,” said Morrison. “For me, teaching and research with…

Green Your Holidays

18 Easy Ways to put the environment on your gift list this year.

Lea Chin is starting her post-graduation life 8,000 miles away

Throughout college, sociology major Lea Chin ’14 used her summer breaks to travel the world. She taught English at a school in China and traveled to Nicaragua with TCNJ’s Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children club. She lived and worked in a Malawian orphanage, explored Brazil, and became a certified yoga teacher in India.…

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